Bryson DeChambeau, PGA Tour rookies pranked at Safeway Open

By Dan McDonald
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Bryson DeChambeau, PGA Tour rookies pranked at Safeway Open

When you show up at the course for the first round of your first PGA Tour event, there's bound to be some nervous energy.

Did you fill out this or that form? Did you check in correctly? Are you really supposed to be here?

The folks at SkratchTV decided these were the perfect kind of questions to have a fake security guard ask rookies like Bryson DeChambeau and Wesley Bryan and see how they reacted. The results are pretty great:



Of course, this is far from the first prank ever pulled on the newest batch of PGA Tour players. Jordan Spieth has been known to mix things up a bit. Last year, he had his good friend Justin Thomas' car "towed" after Thomas parked in his spot.

And the pranks aren't just limited to rookies. Last year, Pat Perez pulled a convincing prank on Danny Lee that he would be sleeping on a floor during the Waste Management Open. 

Keep making golf fun, guys!


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